If we are on the brink of World War III, may we at Sistory suggest a few other wars we’d like to repeat instead?
My Humps, My Humps: The Short But Spectacular Life of the U.S. Camel Corps
In 1854, it was time for a big idea – a big hump of an idea. Secretary of War Jefferson Davis (yes, that Jefferson Davis) went to Congress to pitch a novel concept that had caught his ear years before. President Pierce and Congress were skeptical, but he left with $30,000 to bring a fleet of camels to the United States for military use.
The Past is Female Too: Holy Mother Edition
It’s a mother of a season. Well, rather, it’s a season celebrating mothers – particularly a Biblically famous teenage mother – and we’re here for it. Moms rule. We’ve already written about some of history’s best royal momagers, but here are five more mothers you ought to know about.